Talks between doctors' union, PMO end without any results

July 26, 2011 15:34


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Meetings between the head of the Israel Medical Association and Director-General of the Prime Minister's Office Eyal Gabbai concluded Tuesday afternoon without advancing any of the issues at stake, Army Radio reported. Finance Ministry director of wages Ilan Levin said that the doctors expanded their demands and blamed the medical residents for the IMA withdrawing some previously-made concessions.

Heads of the Israel Medical Organization had briefly stopped along their protest march from Ramat Gan to Jerusalem in order to meet with government representatives. IMA officials said they were resuming the march after the failed meeting.

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